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Press secretary Sean Spicer holds his daily White House press briefing.
Hospital stocks were largely trading in red territory on Tuesday, after an upbeat day Monday.
Hong Kong-traded Tencent, best known for its WeChat app, disclosed in a Tuesday filing that it's taken a 5 percent stake in Tesla.
House Republican leaders last week canceled a planned vote on their Obamacare replacement because of opposition by members of the party.
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Blood and family have trumped ambition on Pennsylvania Avenue, NBC reports.
Amazon is testing a service for Prime members that provides free pickup of fresh grocery items in as quickly as 15 minutes.
Snap has been behaving like a drunk driver behind the wheel of car since its IPO; Polar Capital Fund Manager Ben Rogoff told CNBC.
The move is designed to help the automaker improve its financial flexibility and boost the stock's value. The news raised GM's stock by 2.4 percent.
Trump also slammed the Freedom Caucus over the failure to pass his health-care repeal bill, USA Today reports.
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